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- r atr - v - TIIUnSDAYAPniL 1,- ItZO. -i Lvwa wr ttey expect io rjeaa tbe Uobj,.om of the moat Important of which to electric welding. Profes sor Thomson is a native of Man chester, England, who, coating- to tho Uaited States early la his career, was sent to peblic schools in Philadelphia and after his grad aatioh became a teacher of chemis try and mechanics. For the next 10 years he was experimenting. producing new devices, and at tractinr attention by his writings on electricity. In 1S80 he ceased to be a pedagogue and entered into at tire work as an electrical scientist. Later he became consulting expert, as well as part owner, of the larg est corporation in the world de Toted to the mannfactare of elec trical machinery. ro Mi. SUA SaUJi leavea this mtk for tar kM la Meeatoota after a exteaeed itott at tfee horn of Mrs. Calte Gusom. , - A. O.' HnAaaae ate percaaeed tit taUdiag bow oecnplet at pool room front J. Kelly of Bock btaML . - KUhn Thomson, who ami become acUae; preaideat of McheeetU JastitaU of Technology, has been one of the leader in the electrical worM for more than 40 years and has. MO patents on his own inven- OTVOIE 1 IL (Contused from Page One). Artist had declared adherence to asi solidarity with the revolution ary foaee of eoviet Raeeia; that it bail endorsed, the principles of the communist Internationale at Mos cow: that the coeaatauo and by- Jaws of the Socialist party provided that members, of the dues-paying organization elected to public of fice might be expelled from the party if they refused to abide by the instructions of the organisation, and that such instructions might be given by an executive committee made up is whole or in part of aliens The resolutions charged the So ' delist members with being engag ed in a "large and well-organized conspiracy to subvert the due ad- ministration of the law and to de stroy the right to own and bold pri vate property' honestly acquired, and to overturn the whole fabric of . our constitutional form of govern ment," and charged the Judiciary committee of the assembly with the duty of conducting an inquiry. . Hearings were begun Jan. 20, aft er the Judiciary committee bad been appointed and had organized, with Louis M. Martin, Republican of Oneida, as chairman. A notable ar ray of attorneys headed by Attor ney General Charles D. Newton ap peared for the. state, while Morris Hillquit, Seymour Stedman, Gilbert E. Roe, S. John Block. William Karlln and Walter Nelles appeared (or the suspended assemblymen. Hearing Almost Month. Twenty-four days were consum ed in tbe hearings. Last Monday night seven members of the com mittee signed the majority report, which recommended the expulsion of all five Socialists and the enact ment of legislation designed to pro vide that no party which includes minors or aliens in its member ships, may have a position on the official ballot Dissenting opinions recommending the emulsion of Waldman, Claessens and Solomon ! and the reseating of DeWitt and Orr and recommending that all the suspended members be restored to their seats, were signed by one and five members respectively. MILAN Miss Margaret Yohe returns to her home in Butte, Neb., Thursday after a three weeks' visit with rela tives and friends tire and in Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White and baby of Minneapolis, Minn., are guests at the home of Mr. White's uncle, L. V. Goldsmith. i Mr. and Mrs. William Joh&nsen are the parents of a son born Sunday-morning. , . Mrs. R. E. Ltttle returned Satur day from Conway Springs, Neb., and reports her niece, Mrs. .Wil liam Little asvery much improved. Miss Ruth Goben has accented a position in Rock Island and Miss! Anna Daielson is now at the Dies ron at re. . Mrs. E. L. Rhoadarmer received cards from Marion, Kan., fron. her nephew, G H. Lily, announcing the arrival of a son Joseph Fulton, orn March 25. Mesdames Robert Kale and Ed win Gamble entertained Tuesday evening at cards in honor of Miss Florence Boyer of Gordon, Neb., at the home of Mrs. Kale. Jonquils and easier decorations were used. After the games a delicious lunch was served. Mrs. C. H. Williams received the prize for high score and Miss Boyer vas given a guest prize. Albert Johnson of Siloan, Ark., came last Thursday to assist Sam Ryerson in Rock-Island and will visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. L. Martin. J. V. Mudd has purchased the Cynthia Mc Meeker home and will occupy it in the near future. Harry Wood of Chicago r-as a business caller In Milan on Wed on Wednesday.. Mrs. John Campbell leaves next Tuesday tor a visit .at her .old home in Blair, Neb. . Her father, Mr. Fitzsimmons, is quite ill. - Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gamble re-, turned Monday from a five-day trip to Chicago and Grant Park, 111. Mrs. Ed Andre and Mrs.. Frank Tindall are expected home this week from California where they , have spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thompson left Thursday night for Pennsylvania, Uhy Pyramid P Aak Amr Drasvtet ' Har ' fUmwato Sale Rave Mate PyruM thai j SBJTD FOR F1U33B TBUU 1 Malld free In plain wrapper. It gives yoa relief. Gat a (0-caat box Tea Howe If Ms Haw WaaSiirel rr ia vmta m ri . i of Pyramid File Treatment of wany ' druggist. Be relieved of Itching, orotruding pilea hemorrhoids and Kci lactil trouble A single bes haa ottea bean enfflelent inona eight Send coupon for tree trial. Teas no eaaBuw - tnUBO MM OffsTMWf, r TTpm net- Nan taMtks tSfao e , eettist cr Why This Strong Demand For the Finest Footwear? Women these days are buying better grades of shoes than ewer before for no longer is it merely a matter of having new shoes, if s to have good shoes, with quality that will reflect the higher level of personal refinement Women want enduring style, consequently we have supplied you with E. P. Reed & Co.'s bench made shoes. The finest leathers,' exquisitely modeled and here at less than ordinary prices. . Pumps Oxfords and High Boots For Fashionable Women Let your next pair Moderately 1 A.00 1 1 .75 Iff Priced at 1 U " " 0 " " J UWUlVUHKav W ' .v v. ir of shoes be Reed's(McCabe's) .00 1 Q.00 am I t-l Women's Oxfords Ties and Pumps Black and brown 5-eyelet oxfords, fancy stitched. Good quality stock. Full range of sizes and widths. You will appreciate the sav ing at this Easter Week Price 6.95 Growing Girls Oxfords Black or Brown Kid In all the newest styles of 5- eyelet ties, exceptionally well made and with fancy stitching. Sizes are from Sy2 to 2. Young girls will admire these stylish ox fords. Easter Week Price 4.95 and 5.95 Women's Pumps in Black or Brown Kid In either plain or with fancy bupkles. These pumps show much style and are proving very popular with women even at regular prices. All sizes are here. Easter Week Price 6.95 Men's Easter Shoes Medium and English styles of shoes for dress or business wear. Brown or black, in all sizes from 6 to 10. These shoes are all well made and a mighty fine value. AC Easter Week Price Boys' -Youths' Easter Shoes Blucher and bal styles of dull and glazed kid, black or brown, inn all sizes All boys want to appear well dressed for Easter. This offering is for two days only. C QC Easter Week Price O.VO Pull assortments of Silk Hosiery for Easter. Moderately priced. . ' m i is rAi iCI.iVri II I . Tn P avenue. Ws l,Vf VrV . lJ iv.Ta.tv 4S ivii.Tmnnn -sv ojo New Gloves for Easter, either kid or silk. Reasonably priced. Get Your New Easter Outfit at the Seigel Stores at cut prices on Men's, Young Men's and Bogs' suits for Easter only, and on Men's, Ladies' , Boys' and Girls' footwear for Easter. Great savings for every member of the family. . . Men's work pants in khaki colors, $2.50 value . . Men's with or without gauntlet gloves, per pair ..... Men's brown. Eng-Ksh lace ' ; " ahoes : " Men's black Engliah lace shoes, ..... . .'. Men's brown English lace oxfords .... , Women's fine bUck kid tiee Women's brown lace boots . ; Growing girls' ldd oxfords Growing girls' brawn kid oxfords . . .l.....i Boys' English lace shoes, 93.45 and $1.59 50c $6.75 $5.95 $7.85 $7.85 $8.95 $3.95 $4.95 $4.95 Misses' and children's baby doll slippers slippers and lace oxfords Chfldrens', $1.98, $2.45 and .:Ti.::,;;.;;:..y..:..;;;.., '" Children'a white canvas lace , $2.95 $3.45 $2.4! Men's wool flannel worsted suita, rU &Cf rj wee to $45.00. Sale price.... . Pe7o I Men's an navy brae serge suits, tsJ. &Crt Pft Des to $420. Sale price . . I .DU Mail orders sent out the same day as received by parcel post prepaid. :J24.95 Men's fine suits, conservative model, values to $40.00. Sale price Young men suits, double-breasted i high waisted effect model,. all wool. Sale price. $27.50 Boys' suits, nary brae serge, all wooL-ti! f Aff Sale price JVLUee7J Boys' suits, fine cashimere mixtures. iiQ AC Sale price - PO.9 Boys' all wool suits, khaki colors, $15jOOQ A r values. Sale price' .WOmO Small boya' suita, fine mixture goods. (j yj QCT Sale price : itUD Boys' waah suits, aseorted colors, (UO ylC $1.95 to ' ePO.tO Men's pants, dark grey, all wool goods. j A Sale price $4ee79 Men's pants, dark green and brown, high (ft Q QfT grade wooL Sale price .! tPO.aU Men's navy blue serge pants, vmluea to (JJtT A Ef $7.00. Sale price : 0.40 Young men's dress pants, striped caah- jA . A C imere, Talnes to $6.50. Sale price .... tPTT.rO Men'e anion made working pants, Galea- . QP burg Brand. Sale price tj A. Q Men's overalls, indigo blue, values to $2-50. SaU price Men's khaki pants, vaiaes te $2.80. Sale price ; Boya' knee pants, all wool cashimere, at -- Boya' fine Sale Price $1.69 $1.59 $2.25 $1.45 Tbe Home of Lower Prices v Opea Until 9 P.M. SIEGEL ST ORES 406-408 W. Second St, Davenport . Money Cheerfully Refunded. 5 119 West Second Street DAVENPORT New Bargain Subway THEY CAME THEY BOUGHT The response to our announcement in Friday's papers was beyond our greatest expectations. When you consider that it was impossible to wait on people who visited our New Subway department thereby proves that the women of the tri-eities and vicinity appreciate this new money-saving de partment and in order to accommodate those who could not be waited on Saturday we have continued this Wonder Sale of New Spring DRESSES 16.85 19.85 75 Silk and Wool Dresses, values to $30 at $8.75 and $12.85. Values to $39.50 Women can hardly believe their eyes that such dresses can be just $16.85, $19.85. Klein's dresses are always remarkable ! These dresses are the most amazing values even we have offered. They're new new new! . Short sleeves bolero and long bodice stjles bouffant hips short skirts! A fashion book come to life! And just wait till vou s'ee the fabrics. Sizes 16 to 46. Lovely Satins, Soft, New Taffetas, Expensive Looking Charmeuse, Fine Wool Tricotines, Combinations of Silk and. Firm Georgettes, all Fashionable. Plenty of blacks and blues some solid colors some with bright toned sashes or touches of French ribbon. And so on ! Misses' and women's sizes. It's a sale you won't want to miss. We have seldom seen greater enthusiasm than our custom ers show over these new SPRING COATS In a Subway Sale 16.85 and 19.85 Recent purchases have so completely filled our stocks with such a marvelous variety of the wanted styles, colors and materials that you are sure to find the coat that pleases you. ' A Marvelous Sale of 500 Fine New Tricolette and BT GEORGETTE H '.4: USES Another Demonstration of Klein's Buying Supremacy Lovely new Waists the dain tiest, prettiest new Spring and Sum mer styles imaginable! Bought in New York from leading manufactur ers who favored us because of enor mous orders placed by all our stores buying together. Beauty, charm and daintiness beyond the power of words to ex press. Waists showing every ap proved idea rriodels with Bib Col lars; Waists with frills, collarless styles; roll collars, round and square necks. Also tailored modes. -New Short Tricolette Blouses. -New Tucked Georgette Blouses. -New Short Sleeve Georgette Blouses. -New Hand Embroidered Georgette Blouses. New Tailored Striped Silk Blouses -French Voiles trimmed with Filet Lace. -French Voiles Trimmed with Val Lace. -Hand-Embroidered French Voiles. -French Voiles Finished with Pin Tucks. -Handsome Tailored French Voiles. Sizes 36 to 46 AN EVENT OF IT'S KIND UNSURPASSED Values to $15.00 You will want two or three it will be advisable to come early ' t Sale on Main Floor j No Charges, No. C O. D., No Approvals But IVney Cheerfully Refunded .1 1 f L t It i . . 54A.